What’s new: The NLRB redefined joint employment, affecting employers who regularly use or provide temporary workers or subcontractors. These changes can affect routine issues like confidentiality, investigations, at-will employment and handbooks.
What it means: The NRLB decision means that sign companies that hire installers could be held directly responsible for labor law violations by the subcontractors, and sign companies that serve as subcontractors could find control of their own companies weakened. The NLRB’s decision also threatens sign industry franchises, as it makes franchisors responsible for franchisee employees. Franchisees also potentially could be impacted by labor union action against the franchisor.
WATCH: Protect Your Business from the Latest Government Intrusion – How the NLRB is Impacting How You Manage Your Workforce!
This seminar will provide the knowledge you need to understand how the environment is changing and the practical tools to protect your company. | Speaker: Bryance Metheny, Partner, Burr | Price: $15.00 (member), $29.95 (non-member)